Peach "White Swan": description and recommendations for growing

Peach "White Swan": description and recommendations for growing

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Peach "White Swan" is a winter-hardy, very productive, resistant to drought, as well as disease and pest variety, ripening in central Russia in the last decade of August. One of the most common and popular high-yielding varieties suitable for canning.

Description and varietal characteristics

A peach of medium early ripening under the name "White Swan" forms medium-sized trees with a spherical, insufficiently spreading crown. Fruits have an average weight of not more than 145-155 g. The flesh is white with a slight cream tint, not prone to darkening in the air. Peaches are beautifully wide-oval in shape with a slightly protruding side at the top.

The taste is very pleasant and harmonious, estimated by tasters at 4.5 points. Fruits are suitable for fresh consumption, as well as for processing for jam, compotes, juice with pulp. The variety is characterized by self-fertility and drought tolerance. It has proven itself when grown in central Russia.

According to the description of the variety, the White Swan peach has excellent resistance to powdery mildew and klyasterosporioz. Productivity under favorable soil and climatic conditions is above average.

How to plant a peach

Features of plant rationing by crop

Peach "White Swan" is a very grateful fruit crop, which responds to good and competent care with excellent harvests of juicy, very tasty and healthy fruits. The plant can dump excess ovaries on its own, however, sometimes this is not enough to get the most productive and healthy crown.

The annual rationing of the plant with ovaries or flowers stimulates the productivity of the plant and allows you to get the highest quality crop of peaches.

A fairly effective and easy way to standardize ovaries on peach trees is to use nitrogen fertilizers, which should be applied with abundant watering of the plant at the rate of at least 30 g per square meter of crown projection. Such an event must be carried out immediately after mass flowering.

A more laborious, but at the same time reliable way is manual rationing of the crop. It is carried out exclusively after the natural shedding of ovaries, which occurs in June. Using clean and sharp scissors or a secateurs, the ovaries are removed, as a result of which no more than two of the most developed ovaries should fall on each inflorescence. Performing this procedure, it should be remembered that for each thinned ovary should be at least twenty healthy leaves.

With the correct and timely implementation of standardization, the load on the crown of the plant is significantly reduced, and the fruits will be larger and more commercial.

After rationing, the fruit tree will experience quite natural stress for some time. Experts recommend that the processing of fruit plantings be carried out with the highly effective Novosil. The solution of this anti-stress drug and biostimulant is diluted at the rate of 3 ml per 10 l of water. A good result is shown by foliar top dressing of plants with calcium nitrate or Kemira-Lux.

Gardeners reviews and tips

According to gardeners, the fruits of the White Swan peach are very tasty, fragrant, fragrant, with a bright and very pronounced peach aroma. Their flesh is very tender and juicy, so the crop should be harvested very carefully, and it is almost impossible to transport the fruit in ripe form.

Spring pruning peach

In recent years, the White Swan peach variety has been very actively cultivated by gardeners in the Crimea and neighboring republics. This is a very good variety for home fresh consumption and processing for the winter. With proper care, peaches bear fruit abundantly and annually.